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Tue Nov 9 01:00:01 PST 2010


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Is KLAT2 really a "Beowulf?" 

Yes. Every hardware component is an unmodified commodity subsystem,
available from multiple vendors. Although KLAT2 runs MPI applications
unmodified, some
of our system software is odd (but also free). For information on other
"Beowulfs" see http://www.beowulf.org/,
http://www.beowulf-underground.org/, and the Parallel Processing HOWTO. For
an answer to "What's a Beowulf?" see the first entry in the Beowulf
FAQ. 
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> 
> Has anyone heard about KLAT2, it is a cheaper way for 
> supercomputing than
> beowulf. It is hard to believe, does someone has any 
> information about it?
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